Certificate in Communications

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  • Objectives
    The certificate allows students to focus on various aspects of the field of Communications and build their knowledge and abilities in these areas. Students take a mix of spoken and written Communication courses and choose from relevant courses in other Departments which will enhance their understanding and practice of the Communications field.
  • Academic title
    Certificate in Communications
  • Course description
    The courses required for the certificate are as follows:

    2 Core Courses (2 x 3 credits= 6 credits):

       1. CMNS 1115, Practical Writing
       2. CMNS 1216, Interpersonal Skills for the Workplace

    Plus 3 (9 credits) of the following:

        * CMNS 1104, Foundations of Intercultural Communication
        * CMNS 1125, Oral Presentations
        * CMNS 1217, Multicultural Interpersonal Workplace Communication
        * CMNS 1221, Introduction to Media and Communication Studies
        * CMNS 1316, Understanding and Managing Interpersonal Conflict


        * 6 credits of 1st year Social Sciences (PSYC 1100, PSYC 1200, IDST 1103, SOCI 1125, SOSC 2140)
        * 6 credits of 1st year Humanities (PHIL 1101, PHIL 1102, PHIL 1122, PHIL 1201, POLI 1100, POLI 1103, 3 credits of MODL)
        * 3 credits of 1st year Arts

    Total= 10 courses (30 credits)

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